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One of the primary advantages of using an applet is the cross platform capability that is provided allowing it to run on Linux, Mac, or Windows PCs. The applet can also be developed in a number of different development environments allowing for programmers to use what they are familiar with to design the applets. Applets can be trusted or untrusted allowing for protection of the PC from potential threats. Java applets are native to Java and run very fast as they have little overhead like other browser plugins and competing technologies. Java applets are compatible with various versions of the Java SDK and not just the latest version of plugins.
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